Nodaway County Historical Society Museum, Maryville

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The Nodaway County Historical Society Museum is a museum in Maryville, Missouri telling the history of Nodaway County, Missouri, United States.

The museum contains memorabilia from county residents Dale Carnegie, Homer Croy, Smiley Burnette, Lynne Overman, Sarah Caldwell, Alma Nash, Horace A. "Jimmy" Jones and Albert P. Morehouse.

It has one of the biggest collections of horse racing memorabilia from Calumet Farm and Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing Citation (horse) because of trainer Jimmy Jones.

The museum acquired the Caleb Burns House in 1977.
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  • Not a big museum but they do great things with the limited items and money they have. The people that work there and excellent and knowledgeable. I learn new things everytime I visit there.  more »
  • This museum has so many things and areas to explore. The museum tour also includes a one room school house and the first house in Nodaway county. I really enjoyed our tour but I think our tour guide.....  more »
  • Fun place to while away an afternoon.
  • I just went for the ice cream as part of the county fair.

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